Plant garlic in rows in any well drained soil in full sun. It is important that the soil does not become waterlogged so incorporate plenty of well rotted manure or garden compost to improve drainage and feed the soil. On particularly heavy soils, grow garlic in raised beds. Carefully split the bulb into individual cloves. Plant each clove at a depth of 2cm (1") below the surface of the soil and 10cm (4") apart, leaving 45cm (18") between each row.
Weed rows of garlic regularly and protect crops from birds by covering them with netting. Garlic is undemanding and will only require watering during particularly dry periods. Harvest garlic from July, when the leaves begin to turn yellow, by loosening them from the ground with a trowel. Gently wash and dry garlic bulbs, then place them in a warm dry position to dry out, prior to storing them. Bulbs can then be stored in good condition for up to 3 months.
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By sally PARRETT 25-04-2012
by sally parrett
Excellent variety supplied, planted before the frost, easy to follow instructions, and already growing well, cant wait to try some. i would recommend the garlic selection as not only do you get a variety of garlic bulbs you also get 5 free elephant garlic bulbs really excellent value. thank you.
By Seonag Smith 18-09-2011
This grew amazingly well for us despite the poor summer,as did the garlic selection.
We planted in the spring but this year going to give it a go in the autumn to see if it will survive the Hebridean winter!
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